Wren Kitchens opens its third showroom on LI, this one in Massapequa


Wren Kitchens, a U.K.-based kitchen designer and retailer, has expanded its presence on Long Island with the opening of its third showroom, located in Massapequa.

The brand-new location, situated at 5500 Sunrise Highway, officially opened its doors on Aug. 25. The launch introduces its array of kitchen designs to the area, with the creation of 20 new retail positions.

This latest addition brings the total number of Wren Kitchens branches to 121, spanning both the U.S. and the U.K. This is the fourth Wren in the state of New York, with locations now in Massapequa, Selden, Levittown and College Point, Queens.

“The team and I are extremely excited to be opening our beautiful showroom in Massapequa,” said Peter Conway, Wren’s general showroom manager, in a statement. “Our showroom will showcase kitchens and vanities in the latest styles for our customers to get ideas for their dream kitchen. Our team is looking forward to engaging our local customers to help bring their dream kitchen to life.”

The new Wren on Long Island is 18,108 square feet, with a showroom that features 35 full-sized kitchens on display and 15 Virtual Reality planning suites. These suites provide an interactive experience, allowing customers to work closely with experts to visualize and create their dream kitchens using Virtual Reality headsets and large screen monitors.

Aside from the kitchen displays, there are three designated kid’s areas, a sink and faucet display, 10 vanity displays, a full kitchen door bar showcasing Wren’s range of door frontals, and a room configuration bay where customers can experiment with different kitchen layouts and configurations.

Wren Kitchens manufactures its kitchens in a state-of-the-art 252,000-square-foot facility located in Wilkes-Barre, Penn.

The Massapequa Wren’s operating hours are from Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit Wren Kitchens’ website.

Top: A kitchen display at the Wren showroom in Massapequa. (Courtesy photo)